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books for IBM visual age for java

 
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Can any one suggest good books for visual age for java,
especially using Enterprise edition.
 
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Stanchfield & Mauny's Effective VisualAge for Java, version 3.
It covers 3.5, whichs is essentially the same as 4.0.
You can find more information at www.javadude.com .
 
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Originally posted by jawa lal:
Can any one suggest good books for visual age for java,
especially using Enterprise edition.


go to http://www.redbooks.ibm.com and search on "visualage".
There are a large number of redbooks available for download in html & pdf formats. The specifications at the beginning of each book tells you which edition is covered.
specific ones I have used are SG246136 AND SG245264.
hope this helps.
PS you can download entry enterprise edition of VAJ free for evaluation from the visual age developers domain on the ibm site :
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/
 
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